An Ohio company is bringing new jobs to Rock County. The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation says auto industry supplier Toledo Molding & Die is expected to create 118 jobs.
The company’s first Wisconsin plant will be located at the Stateline Industrial Park, where it will manufacture molded automotive parts for Jeep Cherokees that will be produced at the Fiat Chrysler Automotive plant in Belvidere, Illinois, in early 2017.
The company is investing more than $14 million in the project that will occupy a 105,000-square-foot industrial building that was constructed on speculation by Hendricks Commercial Properties using an income tax credit package from the state.
Toledo Molding & Die was founded in 1955 as a model and pattern shop in Toledo, Ohio. The company began supplying the automotive industry in 1968 and has grown into a global full-service supplier of interior and air/fluid management systems for more than 20 international automotive customers.